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Subgroup Mtg. Update - During FY14, 46,472 permits were sold and compliance was at 91% after checking 6,433 vehicles. #ISDRASubgroup
Rd. to Ogilby Campground washed out during last storm. BLM will water Rd. again prior to New Year's. Will help prevent stuck vehicles.
ASA Executive Director Nicole Gilles was pleased to participate in a ride-along with Chief Clark over Halloween weekend in Glamis. "It was great to see Chief Clark interact with duners in the field," Gilles stated. "She was very approachable and forthright about the issues managing a recreation area with such a high amount of visitation." We asked Chief Clark to share her bio with us.
Stephanie Clark is the Chief Law Enforcement Ranger for the El Centro Field Office, with the Bureau of Land Management in El Centro, California. Chief Clark began her career with the Bureau of Land Management on May 18, 2014.
Chief Clark began her law enforcement career on January 4, 1999 with the United States Park Police, an agency of the National Park Service. She completed her recruit training at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Academy in May of that same year. After completing field training, she was assigned as a patrol officer to the Central District Station in Washington, DC. Chief Clark went on to work at the Rock Creek Station, in Washington DC and the George Washington Memorial Parkway Station in Virginia. It was while stationed at the GW Parkway Station that Chief Clark earned a lifesaving award after rendering first aid to a citizen who had attempted suicide. In October 2006, Chief Clark was reassigned to the Special Forces Branch as the Special Events Officer. During her tenure with the special events office the unit managed over 14,000 special events. She coordinated over 1900 presidential and dignitary visits and earned four awards for her work as the Special Events Officer. Chief Clark was promoted on July 22, 2007 to the rank of Sergeant and was assigned to the New York Field Office at the Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island District. In March of 2009, she was reassigned to the Special Forces Branch as the Special Events Liaison for the agency. Chief Clark accepted a promotion to the rank of Lieutenant in March of 2010. She held assignments as the Washington, DC Shift Commander, Central District Administrative Commander, and Force Training Manager before accepting a position with the Bureau of Land Management.